Daniel Arenson is a USA Today
bestselling author of fantasy and science fiction. He's written over forty novels, most of them in five series:
— Welcome to Requiem, an ancient kingdom whose people can grow wings and scales, breathe fire, and take flight as dragons. Requiem is explored in six trilogies
, which can be read in any order. If you're new to Requiem, you can start reading with Requiem's Song
, the first Dawn of Dragons
novel (you can download it for free). For fans of dark, gritty fantasy like A Game of Thrones
— Discover Moth, a world torn between day and night—its one half drenched in eternal daylight, the other cloaked in endless darkness. For fans of classic fantasy worlds such as Middle Earth and Narnia. Start reading with Moth
, the first novel in this epic fantasy saga.
— Got trouble with aliens? Call the Alien Hunters. A group of scruffy mercenaries who travel the galaxy in a dragon-shaped starship, they'll remove the pest for you. Low rates. No questions asked. Start reading with Alien Hunters
, the first book in this space opera series. For fans of Star Wars, Firefly
, and Guardians of the Galaxy
— They came from deep space. They came to destroy us. Against the alien onslaught, Earth stands alone. But we will fight. We will rise. We will win. Start reading with Earth Alone
, the first novel in this military science fiction series.
KINGDOMS OF SAND
— Enter a world of sand and splendor, a world where gladiators battle in the arena, where legionaries and barbarians fight for glory, and where empires rise and fall.
A dozen of Daniel's books have hit Amazon's overall Top 100 bestsellers list; two have hit the Top 20. His work has also appeared on the USA Today
bestsellers list. In total, his books have sold over 500,000 copies. Raised on Dungeons & Dragons
, Lord of the Rings
, and scratchy Star Wars
VHS tapes, Daniel still consumes—and tries to contribute to—geek culture.
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